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colorado plateau. we do see it in calinke, you see it in certain incan sites in south america. so it might be a pan american feature. i'm not sure what it is. some hopi people have told me that the t, the bottom of the t, goes down into a mythical underground lake so this is an upside down mountain that leads down into a place called the house of rain. that is where twyla, probably oldest american deity, the rain deity, lives down in the house of rain and this is a t shape from up on the colorado plateau and that is the last picture on these slides, so -- the t shape, the pottery, i followed genetic information that you find in bones and teeth. i followed as many different pieces of information as i could and they sent me walking. i started in chaco canyon and walked north up to mesa verde, around to comb ridge in utah, down into the hopi mesa, across the mugion rim, to mexico and then into the sierra madre, following people, following routes. because everything in the desert leaves a route that leads you somewhere. everything out there is a story. and that's what i'm following, t
times and several magazines. his work has won the spirit of the west award as well as the colorado book award. the book, house of rain, is craig's latest book. please help me welcome craig childs. . >> hello. i come to you from out of the desert. i'm coming to you from a landscape where once you get an eye for things, 3 grains of sand out of place draw your attention, where everything is brought to bear, where everything is hinged to a story, every drop of rain leaving a dimple in the ground. stories are everywhere out in this landscape. when you walk down into the bottom of the narrow canyons made of sandstone and you put your hands on the sand stone faces and the smooth shallow scallops that look like champagne glasses, you can feel the shape of the last flood that came through. every place in the desert is a story. every place is a passage way. it's really hard to walk very far in the desert for me because there are so many stories that start opening up and lead you from place to place and place and soon you start picking up the patterns of wind, of rain. you pick up the patterns of
the four corners region from arizona, new mexico, colorado and california meet down to the chijuajua area of new mexico. there was one excavation along the way i remember out in the desert nears winslow, arizona. the desert out there is just a still life with a few landmarks on the horizon and this empty hole, the little colorado river desert, the painted desert, and we were working on a 500-room pueblo dating back to about 1400 ad. i just remember the wind just hailing down on us for days and you would be working down with trowels inside of a trench and if you stop for too long, the sand would start to fill up your hole again because it was blowing so much and everybody was turned away from the wind. so it looked like some kind of religious thing was going on here, all these people bowed to the ground for days and days tinkering with some unimaginable smallness in front of them while the wind just pushed harder and harder, sand blasting across you, filling up all the rooms that you just emptied out as if the desert is rolling back over itself. because even where trails are left, trails d
many places are to thaw out. here is a scene in a mild but denver, colorado. ice was flying from colorado to the plans. parts of the midwest were able it might look temperatures and normal. >> some places all time january records. because they no the northern groundof means that the all of the warm sunshine. farmers do not like it because they needed snow cover for the winter wheat. there is a positive and negative this.e of only the positive -- i wanted to beautiful sunset. you said you missed it? that is what we are here for. here is the camera looking up to the west. wonderful high thin clouds. frame every four seconds. at that beautiful sunset. there is a lot of traffic. are temperature is high today, made it into the 40's. 36 degrees right now. only 10nter started, nights have actually been below colder than average. where is the snow you ask? here is where the snow cover is. really isolated or the skiers need it in colorado and wyoming. with that westerly wind, that means all of the warm weather come and. why there have been some of the record out there. that continues the
. pennsylvanii, new mexico, colorado, those states depend on the latino vote in order to decide the election, either for the democrats or the republicans."one of thhse states, colorado, was a stop on president obama's was a stop on states, coloraao, one of hose either for the democrats decide the election, latino vote in order toodecide the election,,either foo the democrats or the republiccnn." one of those states, colorado, was a stop on president obama's three-day tour this week...as was new mexico and arizona -- two ssates that also have a large latino population."clap your ands for barack, mi hermano!""me hermano, mucho gusto!"the latino vote helped boost president obama in 2008, whhn two out of every three &phiipanics voted for him over john mccain.i'm ninette sosa, reporting. immigration was also a top issue for latinos in 2008.but the slow pace of reforms. facebook is warninggits users... to beware of a new scam. the scam is called "like-jacking"... and it draws facebook users to the popular "like" featuree.. enticing those websites can lead to identity and credit card theft. face
to call police. >> the president's 3 day trip to the battle ground states takes him to nevada and colorado, meanwhile the republicans running to replace him are in florida taking aim at each other. randall pinkston has the latest from the white house. >> reporter: newt gingrich got the crowd going at a tea party rally in florida. >> this is campaign for the very nature of the republican party. >> he and mitt romney are battling for votes, 12% of florida gop voters are hispanic. gingrich is taking aim at romney claims that with tougher laws they would self deport or leave the u.s. on their own. >> you have to live in a fantasy to have some fantasy this far from reality. >> romney points out he is on the record as supporting the same idea. >> i recognize it is tempting to come into an audience like this and pander to the audience, i think that is unbecoming. >> new poles show them in a tie ahead of the tuesday primary. michelle obama is also in florida raising cash to help her husband's campaign, he is courting voters in other battle ground states, nevada and colorado. the president arrived
girl scouts. all because a 7-year-old boy wanted to join the girl scouts in colorado. he was permitted, but not without backlash. >> right now, girl scouts of the u.s.a. or gsu.s.a. is not being honest with us girls, its troops, its leaders, its parents, or the american public. >> girl scouts of america defend its decision to allow the seven-year-old boy, saying quote, if a child identifies as a girl and the child's family presents her as a girl. girl scouts of colorado welcomes here as a girl scout. as for those cookies -- >> not everyone is on board for the girl scout cookie boycott m some have come out in support of transgender children. even going as far as to rename these cookies called tagalongs as tagalongs for tolerance. >> lori has two girl scouts and one boy scout and the video message contradicts the organization's core values. >> when i found out the boy that wants to join is a transgender child, that's exactly what girl scouts is about. it's about teaching the girls to find their path in the world to accept each other and accept all of the differences. >> and she brin
what we had last month in breckenridge, colorado. as we kicked off the season of the winter dew tour. breckenridge was the first top. iouri podiadtchikov, a new bag of tricks. >> one to look for, and could take the victory. he is riding injured. four points in killington, vermont. breckenridge it was a different story. he was on fire during practice. his first run was nothing short off mazing. iouri would have a fall that heed would leave the pipe with a hurt face. he hit his head. however, on his second run. he overcame the little head bump and did enough to get third place. >> second place belonged to louie vito, dew cup champion. felt good out here. a lot of talent. the best bag of tricks. >> louie did. came in swinging as well. he has the double corks. he can do them in his sleep. and if it wasn't for a certain person, named shaun white. frontside, 1260 at the bottom. he is really making it look good. there it is. louie would walk away with second place. he is riding, very, very strong this year. i look for him to go home with yet another dew cup. >> the 23-year-old defending cha
from breckenridge, colorado. ski halfpipe is coming up. first this update from our studios. >>> welcome to the adt nbc sports update. >> okay, back to killington in just a moment. first other sports news starting with matinees in the nhl. big matchup in boston. two of the original picks, rangers and bruins. first things up in the second period, tied 1-1 until marian gaborik gets his 24th of the year. beverly sees adam mcquaid across ice, the wrister ties the game. no winner regulation, into overtime. andrew ference, the game misconduct for this hit on ryan mcdonough. the ringers power-play, they made good final seconds the scramble, gaborik, the rangers win 3-approximate. >> devils hosting flyers. mid-way through the second. wayne simmons fore-checking here. gets the puck, finds matt reid. the one-timer. reid's 15th of the year, flyers up 1-0. timonen rips one from the point. a artnel deflected. flyers win it 4-1. our nhl game of the week. tomorrow afternoon from pittsburgh, good rivalry game, penguins and the caps. the two great russian stars, ovechkin and malkin, air time 12:30 easter
in colorado. colorado and utah make it a packed 12. harper camp inside mike montgomery's team stied with standard. top of the league. stanford against the other newcomer, the utah utes. johnny without a question the best player. coach in the back is all american to duke. turned dwight's power loose and there it is. 68-65. stanford is a winner tonight. next workout will be tomorrow at the park. >> it's been focused. it's been loose. both of those at the same time. please with our preparations and i think our team is -- goes into this game confident and bowls. >> the saints arrived in the bay area tonight. the last coach to lead the 49ers to the post season weighs in. >> if this game were played over there in the superdome it might be a little bit different story. but right now on this grass at sea level with a hupgly crowd, this is going to be anybody's game. i can't wait to watch it. >> all right. the sharks are cruising as a first place flip here. winnipeg first year back since they left in 1986. logan makes a 1-0 san jose and then andrew murray's going to find brad winchester in t
. heavy snow in the cascades and colorado rockies. a half foot in the rockies and montana. a few more flakes in seattle. the morning showers in southern california. showers for memphis, detroit and pittsburgh. >> 74 in sunny miami. kansas city gets up to 53. chicago, 41. fargo and billings barely climb out of the single digits. 31 in boise and 51 in sacramento. >>> it was an exciting week for football. fans now just four teams in the hunt for the super bowl ring this year. we will have all the highlights. >> and the scores. >>> the gas prices usually go down but not this year. so how high could they go? >>> and sometimes raunchy, of course, ricky gervais returned to his golden globes hosting duties last night. some of what he said when we come back. >>> welcome back to "america this morning," everyone. many overseas markets were off overnight on fears about europe. tokyo's nikkei average dropped 122 points. hong kong's hang seng lost 192. in london the ftse opened lower. on wall street, the markets are closed today. the dow gained 62 points, nasdaq up 36. >>> much of the worry about e
gang sweeping colorado turnsp members of a motorcycle club and the cost of doing business at u.s. postal service is going up. how much you can pay. details coming up on this monday january 23rd good morning. i am charley crowson. thanks so much for joining us. and many of you weighing in on facebook this morning about your thoughts of steven tyler and national anthem. good morning to allen who is wake up with us who says whose die idea was it and fran is so nice to say i love steven tyler but didn't love the performance. keep the thoughts coming in to us. the official abc2 news facebook fan page now over to lynette with a check of the forecast. >> all right. let's get it done because we are dealing with icy conditions this morning. that's for sure. we have a freezing rain advisory in effect and also dealing with patchy fog this morning that will continue as we go through the evening. we have rain showers moving in here. and finally we will have thereturning because it's a bloom and doom day for the most part for today. warming back up as well as we go into tomorrow. so, as you
-old boy wanted to join the girl scouts in colorado. he was eventually permitted but not without backlash. >> right now, girl scouts of the usa is not being honest with us girls, it's troops, its leaders, its parents or the american public. >> if the child identifies as the girl and the child's family present her as the girl, the girl scouts of colorado welcomes her as the girl scout. as for those cookies -- >> that everyone is on board with the girl scout cookie boycott. in fact some have come out in support of transgender children, even going so far estimating just cookies these cookies called tagalong's as tagalong's proponents. >> glory is to girl scouts and one boy scout and says the video message contradicts the organization's core values. >> when i found out that the boy that wants to join us at transgender child or child that's going to transition issues, that's exactly what girl scouts is about. teaching the girls to find their path of the world and accept each other. >> she brings up another valid point. boy scouts allows girls. >> clearly boy scouts recognizes some of the valu
and those treatments increase the likelihood of having multiples. >>> firefighters in colorado what different rescue on their hands. coming up, video of a dog who slipped through the ice and the steps taken to save that animal. >>> also, several people are dead this morning and thousands forced to leave their homes. latest on the des -- the latest on the devastating floods affecting parts of brazil. you are watching what's new, now and next here on good morning maryland. it's 5:12. >>> now "good morning maryland." >>> and welcome back a golden retriever that plunged into a frozen lake is back home safe. all thanks to a good samaritan and brave firefighters. this is dramatic video. you can see the ice thinning until it turns to water. fire fight merse colorado rescued the -- firefighters in colorado rescued the golden retriever. >> we took a ladder and tried to keep the weight evenly distribe and the chief broke enough ice away to pull the dog to him. >> the pup is is home safe and sound. the video is a good reminder for we humans to also be mindful of thin ice. just i can. >> --in.
% in a couple years. what is behind the sticker shock? clayton sendel heads to the ranch in colorado tonight. >> that juicy steak will take a bigger bite out of your wallet. in five years, prices shot up 24%. from 2.87 a pound to 3.55. steak is up to 14 to almost $6 a pound. why? >> not enough cattle. >> more and more producers are not retaining and keeping cattle to continue to reproduce. they're having to sell them to pay down debt. >> reporter: another reason, severe drought hitting the southern plains. >> it really affected the supply and the chain. you add the price of fuel and cost of the feed, going up. it just -- it all kind of is the perfect storm. >> reporter: the number of beef cattle hasn't been this low in 50 years, dropping dramatically in the last five. colorado cattle rancher al said his herd was shrinking too. if he wasn't growing his own hay to feed the cows, he would be out of business. >> are people going to be paying higher prices at the supermarket for a while, or what's your guess? >> i guess a couple more years. >> reporter: you can also blame the price spike on expor
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to colorado. it's the president's plan to raise taxes on the rich that's drawing criticism from his gop rivals. >> if he metropolitan what he said, it would be a disaster of the fir order. >> we have a president detached from reality, detached from the people. >> newt gingrich and mitt romney are also taking aim at each other. with the florida primary less than a week away, polls show the two locked in a tight race. at a forum wednesday, gingrich blasted romney's idea of illegal immigrants self-supporting themselves. >> you have to live in a world of swiss bank accounts and cayman island accounts and automatic $20 million a year income with no work to have some fantasy this far from reality. >> romney later shot back saying gingrich himself has supported the concept. >> i recognize that it's tempting to come to an audience like this and pander to the audience. i think that's unbecoming of a presidential candidate. >> the two will have another chance to go at it tonight when they meet for the last gop debate before tuesday's primary. on a visit to the space coast in florida, newt gingrich promi
sueños. >> llegaron al capitolio con 2 becas a 2 estudiantes colorado-nacionales que reúnen los requisitos. >> a partir de juni del 2013, perimitira que jóvenes indocumentados puedan acceder a becas. >> pagar la colegiatura,es casi imposible. >> grabriel luna, quería ser ingeniero, no lo logró, y después se suicidó. >> sergio ledezma quiere convertirse en arquitecto. >> me hicieron hacer todo el papeleo, pero no me lo dieron por no tener documentos. >> el el departamento de policía . confirma que tiene en custodia al adolecente de 14 años que ha cometido 2 asaltos sexuales. >> tiene a okland, sorprendidos. >> robaba y asaltaba a las víctimas a punta de pistolas. >> aunque por ley no pueden revelar la identificación de un menor de edad, pero en este caso bryan asfron de 14 años, afroamericano. >> como es menor de edad no pueden revelar fotografias. >> ambas víctimas son mujeres de 28 años de edad. >> tenemos a un sospechoso menos en las calles. >> ahora esta bajo custodia. >> el el departamento de policía . busca 3 jóvnes tras la agresiòn a una mujer. >> la afect
. microsoft in its first trip down colorado boulevard and let's not forget trader joe's. its tenth entry "it might just be the best." right now, down to our man on the streets, micah ohlman. >> thank you. i want to remind you about all the rose parade content you'll find on our website. ktla.com. we'll be streaming live. we have enhanced coverage of the royal court. renderings of all the floats. we'll be posting footage from the band cam providing an extended look and listen to all the participating bands. i want to take a moment to talk to some of the people who are ready. these are the low bleachers. good morning. where are you from? >> you didn't have to come far. you've done this before. you said in years past, you camped down the street. >> this is more cushy, i love it. what do you think is going to happen here with the camping. >> much more comfortable. now tho i'm older, it's nice to be sitting on a nice seat in front of everybody. >> but no home cooking here. you give a little and get a little. i want to send you at this point to the best advantage point. the box in the sky where bo
back. the gentleman from colorado is recognized. mr. polis: i yield myself 30 seconds before further yielding. every republican that's spoken on this issue voted for a budget that included $5.1 trillion in deficit spending over a decade, more deficit spending than any decade in our country. they also as part of that budget voted to raise the debt ceiling by $8.8 trillion. they voted to do it, mr. speaker. they voted to raise the debt ceiling from $14.3 to $21 trillion in 2021. every republican in this body except for four and zero democrats voted to double the national debt over the next 10 years. i'm proud to yield two and a half minutes to the gentleman from virginia, mr. connolly. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman is recognized for two and a half minutes. mr. connolly: it's winter in washington but apparent our republican friends have returned thinking it's august at the beach. they've packed their neon colored flip-flops. last year this congress came together in a bipartisan fashion to avoid america's first ever default. the business community, economists, financial analysts
and now colorado is putting in regulations to regulate this. and now, to commerce city, colorado. i hear that it could be responsible for all the earthquakes that are happening. >>guest: yes, there are scientists that are not sure what the impact is going to be, and there are also experts in ohio that are curious about this, as well. however, here in colorado they have made some tough regulations and put them in place to make the process of drilling were more trance -- transparent because they have been asking what is in that fluid being pumped into the ground to release that oil and gas and the energy companies are saying that most of it is water but the concern is over the chemicals and whether it contaminates the ground water. the governor called on the oil and gas industry to sit down with environmentalist groups and state regulators to grow on how much the public would be told. every entity had to compromise but the oil and gas industry said it will reveal the chemical that it is putting into the ground if it can keep the ratios how much chemical to how were water. now, we had a cre
to stealing nearly 1 million dollars worth of rare coins from a colorado museum. 5 years ago l wyatt was hired to oversee the collection in colorado springs. authorities say he stole 300 coins. like this 17 95 half eagle and sold them at auction. that's the wrong piece of video obviously. he faces up to 10 years in prison and 250,000 dollar fine. >>> crack down under way at some of the bay area pro equity texted marine area those with permit aren't allowed to fish. wayne went out with the team looking for violators. >> die hard will argue that even the worst day of fishing beat those spent on shore but those that from loose with the rule this boat cab make the day go bad fast. lieutenant roberts of the state department of fish and game are under manned out here but have a knack of knowing where to go and when. this whole area is monterra state marine preserve. fish and game have intelligence of illegal commercial crab pots out there. this time of year hundreds if his not thousands of crab buoy bob on the water but the pre-serves off limits. fish and game has the right to pull any pot l.
the water table. and yucca mountain is 100 miles from the colorado river. sequoyah is 14 miles from the city of chattanooga and 14 miles from cickamau combmbings a lake. so -- chickamauga lake. what happened in japan with fukushima die -- nuclear waste, pools had dried up. the nuclear waste heated up, and then you had almost a worldwide catastrophe right next to the ocean. if we were doing what was public policy in federal law and collecting our high level nuclear waste and taking it to a desert underneath a mountain, that would be a much more secure location than around our major municipalities, our streams and our groundwater locations. but, no, because of this administration and some political promises made in the last election cycle, they have defunded and pulled off the table yucca mountain from consideration. in 1982, the nuclear waste policy act made the federal government responsible for collecting waste. since that time, $9 billion was spent on 20 years studying for a suitable location. that study ended in yucca mountain. in 1987 congress named yucca mountain the sole candidate site
not to buy the cookies because a colorado troop expected a 7-year-old boy. >> i ask all fellow girl scouts who want a true all-girl experience not to sell any cookies. >> there you go. other youtube videos is also surfaced in support of accepting transgendered scouts. girl scouts of colorado released this statement saying, quote, if a child identifies as a girl and the child's familiar lip presents her as a girl, girl scouts of colorado welcomes her as a girl scout. >>> six bison new to golden gate bridge are hanging out with the wiser crowd now. the young females were in a quarantine for six weeks after they arrived from a redding ranch in northern california. they are being moved to the main paddock with the 29-year- olds and the 19-year-old males. last week a six-month-old bison you may recall died after a dog entered that paddock. >>> an amazing find in the atlantic. just off the coast of south florida, it is a 10-foot saw fish. it was dead when a boater found it, possibly killed on purpose. wow. it's endangered in florida. it's a member of the ray family and it is sometimes called a c
, colorado on the road against ucla. bruins undefeated at home during conference play. first half, colorado with a little pick and roll. shane harris. throws it down. to tie the game up at 32. into the first half with the clock running down. ucla's norman powell knocked down the three with five seconds left. bruins led by 4 at halftime. jones finds anderson in the corner. he knocked down the three. then late in the half, nate tomlinson launches a three from way beyond the arc. it drops. buffs within 7. bruins pull away. tyler lam to travis ware. bruins get the win, 77-60 is your final. >>> senior bowl in mobile, alabama, north versus south. second quarter, game tied at 3. north in the red zone. that is quarterback russell wilson for wisconsin hitting cal wide receiver marvin jones. marvin jones looks great right there. however, he would injure his ankle later in the game and did not return to action. comes up lame after that incomplete pass. a little bit later here comes the north. drive continued. that is a touchdown for you. your final north gets the win, 23-13 is your final. >>> all righ
're ready. >> reporter: the recruits, people who work in school cafeterias throughout colorado. learning the long-forgotten art of cooking from scratch, starting with the basics, like chopping an onion. >> so, stand back. a big, strong motion. >> reporter: most school kitchens ditched stoves long ago, in favor of serving preprocessed and prepackaged foods. it turns out kids who eat school lunch regularly are 30% more likely to be obese, than kids who bring a bag lunch. doctors say school lunches are heavy on calories and light on nutrition. because it's cheap. that's where cook for america comes in. >> this is truly a boot camp. we actually are building a complete foundation of professional culinary skills we learn in five days. >> reporter: it's the brainchild of chef andrea martin, who did high-end catering, and chef kate adamic. >> we see behavioral issues. all of these things affect learning. >> reporter: it seems to me, over the years, the lunch lady has gone from cooking to just heating up. >> part of it was in the 1970s. this whole fascination with everything being convenient. giv
, maine, colorado and minnesota all have caucuses coming up. and they are states where romney is more organized. missouri holds a primary next week and gingrich is not on the ballot. >> but gingrich is pointing to national polls where it's still a close contest with romney. >> good luck, and god bless you. >> reporter: he vows to be back in tampa for the republican national convention as the party's nominee. and rick santorum and ron paul are nowhere near florida today. they are both campaigning in nevada, which holds its caucuses on saturday. in tampa, susan mcginnis, cbs news. back to you. >>> the state controller says that california will run out of cash in just a matter of weeks if it doesn't act fast to scrape up some cash. john chiang says $3.3 is needed by the beginning of march to maintain the state's cash cushion. lawmakers thought there was enough to make it through the fiscal year but tax revenues fell short of expectations while spending has exceeded them. >>> if you have an appointment at kaiser today, call ahead. employees across the state are staging a massive strike ov
the candidates at the air force academy in colorado. three cadets are accused in separate incidents going back to the spring of 2010. in some cases, the alleged victims were fellow cadets. one of the suspects is accused of forcible rape, this after a report found a spike in all service academies and a 20% jump in cadets who say they were sexually assaulted at the air force academy. >>> here is your "first look" at some other news going on around america. massive waves turned hawaii's coast into dangerous territory. spectators flack s flocked to shore to witness the power of the ocean, and the thrill seeks who dared to go into the treacherous water. >>> a florida woman believe she's has a record breaking collection of shoes in her closet. she recentlyshowed off 733 pairs of converse. >>> recent dipping mercury in florida nearly killed thousands of butterflies. lees of the largest butterfly habitat to move them indoors. >>> and finally, a family in new mexico found out that their dog has expensive tastes the hard way. the pooch ate mom's $4500 wedding ring. when the dog failed to return the rin
in colorado and nevada instead. we are going gleiwitz of florida. we have more intense of and the race for the republican presidential nomination. >>reporter: the polls are open and in full swing in florida. mitt romney ended newt gingrich are duking it out for the 50 delegates at stake in this winner takes all state. romney is enjoying a double- digit lead heading into the contest and is hoping for a big win tonight. >>reporter: mitt romney appears to be on track for his second victory this primary season. a win in florida, a state with a large diverse population will strengthen the argument that he can go all the way in november. >> people realize that if they want to see change in washington, you cannot elect the same people to take different years, you have to have new people come in and take over. >>craig: cassette decks, mean, is closer to thrive in the towel. >> i am in this race what ronald reagan was in 1976. we're going all the way to the convention and we will win in tampa and will be the nominee with your help. >> here in florida, if you are a part of the housing crisis, we
. >>> a colorado man has been arrested in connection with a 12-year-old murder. it was solved using dna. in april of 2000 a woman was found strangled with her throat cut in her home. using dna at the murder scene detectives matched to a sample in the fbi's national database. that's how they were able to track charles bennett to colorado and make an arrest. he now faces murder charges. >>> we have some -- we have new information about a four alarm fire that killed two children in cumberland. a 7-year-old was rescued from a second story window and pronounced dead. her sister was found dead in the bedroom. five others including an 8- month-old weren't hurt. it's believed to have started in the first floor living room and spread quickly. it took act three and a half hours to control the flames. >>> city police are looking for a man who assaulted a teen girl at a park near the campus of johns hopkins university. it happened in the park in the 3600 block of greenway. police say two women were in the park when a man approached them when they wouldn't talk he exposed himself. then the two women fled but
in three unrelated cases for sexual assault over the past 15 months at the colorado academy. all three cadets will have hearings in the next couple of months. >>> this morning, the justice department says it's expanding the definition of rape to include attacks against men. now any act that meets the legal definition will be considered rape, no matter the gender of the attacker or victim. fbi advisory panel recently recommended the revision to the long-standing definition, which was stabbed stablished in 1927. >>> l.a. arson suspect for a series of suspicious fires elsewhere. canadian authorities looking into whether harry burkhardt is responsible for 12 suspicious fires in vancouver. he lived in that area before moving down to lncht a., where he is now accused of setting dozens of fires over four days. he is also under investigation in his native germany for a series of fires there. burkhardt's mother will be in court to fight extradition by the german government. >>> boxer floyd mayweather jr. expected to turn himself in for a 90-day jail sentence, a judge ordering him to start his
's health scare. ron paul plans to spend the day in colorado. >> if romney does win tonight, how do the other candidates stop him? if they can? >> reporter: ron paul is focused on caucus states. the next two contests in early february are caucuses. paul plans to make his stand there. newt gingrich will continue to hammer away at romney's conservative credentials. he's got rick perry and herman cain out there for him. the strategy is to keep things going until the august convention and have the party get together and pick the nominee. >> if mitt doesn't win, maybe "american idol" could be next. abc has the florida primary covered. diane sawyer and george stephanopoulos will have it all tonight. >>> donald trump is still exploring a presidential run, as an independent. his top political adviser tell us abc news that he's been talking to people on trump's behalf. he says trump's real preference is to back a candidate. >>> we could have more information on the homecoming of jessica buchanan. so far, they're being very tight lipped. diane sawyer talked to jessica's father yesterday. >> i
to the battleground states takes him to nevada and colorado. and while he's there fighting for >>> president obama's three-day trip to the battleground states takes him to nevada and colorado. and while he is there fighting for votes, his republican opponents are going to be fighting each other in today's gop debate in florida. new poll numbers are showing that republican candidates mitt romney and newt gingrich are in a virtual tie. and with 12% of florida gop voters being hispanic, immigration has been a key issue, one that gingrich believes romney has all wrong. >> i think you have to live in a world of -- of swiss bank accounts and cayman island accounts and automatic $20 million a year income with no work to have some fantasy this far from reality. >> while the battle between romney and gingrich continues tonight, president obama will be in las vegas to speak about his plans for cleaner energy and oil drilling. >>> meanwhile the governor of arizona is explaining her side of the story after that verbal confrontation with president obama. it happened yesterday. brewer greeted obama as he walked
. at issue is a california teen who's a girl scout and she's upset that a colorado troop allowed a transgendered girl to join. the 14-year-old who identifies herself as taylor says the money from the cookies will go to support a pro-transgender agenda. >> what's wrong with that? for one reason, girl scouts describes itself as an all girl experience. with that label, families trust that the girls will be in an environment that is not only nurturing and sensitive to girls' needs, but also safe for girls. >> people from the lesbian gay, bisexual and transgender community have been posting their own videos supporting girl scouts. taylor's video is produced in conjunction with the california group honest girl scouts that has since been removed from public viewing. >>> a nationwide man hunt may be launched to find four convicted murders pardoned in mississippi. no one seems to know exactly where they are but ninette sosa reports state officials are making it their mission to find out. >> reporter: these four men, all convicted murderers given life sentences are roaming free thanks to a
, annapolis, the air force from colorado springs, colorado. and the coast guard and marine academies which are new this year. and we want to build this representation up every year. we're all about the youngest generation and imparting the lessons of war and conflict. from the heroes who speak. to the young people wheer today. and during the conference in general. hope they get something out of this which will be helpful to them as they pursue a career in the military. i'm pleased now to welcome to the podium our introducer for this morning's first session. he is with the united states coast guard academy. peter? [ applause ] >> general robert f. titus was born in orange, new jersey. graduating from high school in norfolk, virginia. he served with the 82nd airborne division and was discharged in 1946. he then attended virginia tech studying engineering and was commissioned in september of 1949 and served as a fighter pilot during the vietnam war. he subsequently graduated from the u.s. air force, experimental test force at edwards air force base. and was assigned to the fighter branch of f
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